Aurora was spayed and began her heartworm treatment early in 2016 when she was sadly diagnosed with Evan's Syndrome - a noncontagious autoimmune disorder that causes the body to attack itself. Her wonderful foster mom Amanda and the lovely Dr. Val of Tabor Road have worked hard for the past several months to get Aurora balanced and on a manageable, affordable amount of medications that keep Aurora stable, healthy, and happy.
Aurora has been in our program for over a year with minimal interest. While she is technically classified as ";special needs," you would not know it by just meeting her. This girl is a happy, bubbly, delightful dog who wants nothing more than to cuddle and be pet all day, every day. While she would prefer to be the only dog in the home, she has done surprisingly well with cats. Additionally, Aurora *adores* people -- this girl is the definition of a "people dog!" Any and all kinds of people are her people -- she just needs someone to give her a chance!
Aurora is otherwise healthy, happy, and ready for her forever home. To adopt Aurora, please visit www.mylongwayhome.org/pitbulls/adopt or if you have any further questions regarding Aurora's health or treatment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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